28 - 30 January, 2020 | Postillion Convention Centre, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Conference Day One

Main Agenda

8:00 am - 8:45 am REGISTRATION AND WELCOME COFFEE

8:45 am - 9:00 am WELCOME SPEECH AND CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS

The different parts of the supply chain in Jacksonville come together to present this groundbreaking project.

• Fueling four LNG container ships (fueling has been ongoing for 3 years)
• Two liquefaction facilities in operation with a third facility approved
• Ability to bunker waterside and landside
• First LNG bunker barge in US (Clean Jacksonville)


Ricardo Schiappacasse, Director - Forest Products and Specialty Cargo Sales at Jacksonville Port Authority

Ricardo Schiappacasse

Director - Forest Products and Specialty Cargo Sales
Jacksonville Port Authority

Robert Butts, Manager, Fuels at JAXLNG

Robert Butts

Manager, Fuels
JAXLNG

10:00 am - 10:30 am INTRODUCING A COMMON INDUSTRY PLATFORM FOR LNG BUNKERING OF SHIPS

• Meeting increasing need for flexibility in bunker supply contracts with introduction of LNG fuel in new ship segments
• Reducing complexity in LNG bunker procurement and operations to enable faster scale up of the LNG fuel market
• Meeting ship owners expectations for transparency and modern ways of working
Martin Wold, Chief Consulant at DNV DL

Martin Wold

Chief Consulant
DNV DL

Jon Anders Ryste, Senior Consultant, Environmental Advisory at DNV GL

Jon Anders Ryste

Senior Consultant, Environmental Advisory
DNV GL

This panel will look at the benefits and drawbacks of LNG as a marine fuel. LNG is considered a viable solution to
2030 but what is the best fuel of the future, 2050 and beyond? ammonia, hydrogen, bio-LNG, bio-diesel, wind? A
provocative and thought provoking panel will all viewpoints represented.
Martin Wold, Chief Consulant at DNV DL

Martin Wold

Chief Consulant
DNV DL

Tom Strang, Senior Vice President, Maritime Affairs at Carnival Corporation & plc

Tom Strang

Senior Vice President, Maritime Affairs
Carnival Corporation & plc

Paul Taylor, Managing Director, Global Head of Shipping & Offshore at Societe Generale CIB

Paul Taylor

Managing Director, Global Head of Shipping & Offshore
Societe Generale CIB

Panayiotis Mitrou, Global Gas Segment Manager at Lloyd's Register

Panayiotis Mitrou

Global Gas Segment Manager
Lloyd's Register

Tristian Smith, Head of Shipping at UCL Energy Institute

Tristian Smith

Head of Shipping
UCL Energy Institute

11:30 am - 12:00 pm MORNING BREAK AND NETWORKING

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm WIRELESS LINKED ESD CONSIDERATIONS

• Reviewing the LNG Ship-Shore link history, the bunkering links today and understanding the key link
considerations
• Addressing the emerging LNG small-scale transfer, bunkering and fuelling spaces as well as the emergency
shutdown link
• Exploring various case studies where these applications have been utilised and future technology
Paul Radage, Sales Director at Trelleborg Marine Systems UK

Paul Radage

Sales Director
Trelleborg Marine Systems UK

The different parts of the supply chain in Vancouver come together to present this groundbreaking project. 

• Commercial side of LNG projects at Seaspan
• Bunkering out of Port of Vancouver
• How we achieved the first LNG bunkering in the Pacific North-West and what it means for the region
Harly Penner, Director, Fleet Engineering & Vessel Development at Seaspan Ferries Corporation

Harly Penner

Director, Fleet Engineering & Vessel Development
Seaspan Ferries Corporation

Ronan Chester, Manager, Strategic Environmental Initiatives at Port of Vancouver

Ronan Chester

Manager, Strategic Environmental Initiatives
Port of Vancouver

Jorge Lobo, Senior Manager, LNG C&I Projects at Fortis BC

Jorge Lobo

Senior Manager, LNG C&I Projects
Fortis BC

1:00 pm - 1:20 pm NITROGEN CONTROLLED IN HARMONY WITH PHYSICS

• Understanding the current bunkering challenges of the STS transfer system
• Exploring more advanced solutions such as the N2 PERC System
• Comparing different solutions and their value: Nitrogen vs. Hydraulics
• ESD2 arrangements and new responsibilities for those requirements
Nigel Edwards, Business Development Manager - LNG at MannTek LNG Solutions

Nigel Edwards

Business Development Manager - LNG
MannTek LNG Solutions

1:20 pm - 1:40 pm HOW TO ADOPT LNG BUNKERING FACILITIES TO BUSAN’S NEW PORT

• Vessel’s calling pattern analysis & forecast
• Demand & price forecast for LNG
• Comparison of LNG Bunkering system in port
• Analysis on the feasibility to develop LNG Bunkering facilities in Busan New Port
• Roadmap to become LNG Bunkering hub port in far eastern Asia region
Sung-Min Kang, Deputy General Manager at Busan Port Authority

Sung-Min Kang

Deputy General Manager
Busan Port Authority

1:40 pm - 2:40 pm NETWORKING LUNCH

Main Agenda

STREAM A - STRATEGY AND INVESTMENT

2:40 pm - 3:10 pm TRANSITION OF THE PORT OF ANTWERP INTO A MULTI FUEL PORT
• The vision of the Port of Antwerp on multi fuel ports
• The four roles of a port authority
• Actions and projects to implement the vision
• LNG as a blueprint
Michiel Vermeiren, Shipping Lines Manager at Port of Antwerp

Michiel Vermeiren

Shipping Lines Manager
Port of Antwerp

STREAM A - STRATEGY AND INVESTMENT

3:10 pm - 3:40 pm TOWARDS CARBON NEUTRAL SHIPPING: HOW DO WE GET THERE?
• An exploration of future proof ship designs, technologies and energy sources to reduce CO2 emissions in line with
IMO’s GHG targets towards 2030-2050
• Introduction of IMO’s GHG vision 2030-2050
• How ship owners and operators shall future proof their vessels in order to retain competitiveness and value of their
assets in the changing environment
Jaakko Lappi, Sales Manager at Deltamarin

Jaakko Lappi

Sales Manager
Deltamarin

STREAM A - STRATEGY AND INVESTMENT

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm DEVELOPMENT ON LNG BUNKERING PROJECTS IN JAPAN
• Government policies and promotion
• Major infrastructure development updates
• Incentive and key partnership development
Misaki Narita, Deputy Director Port Management and Operation Division at Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MLIT)

Misaki Narita

Deputy Director Port Management and Operation Division
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MLIT)

STREAM B - SMALL SCALE LNG (ssLNG)

2:40 pm - 3:10 pm THE PERSPECTIVE OF LNG BUNKERING IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN
• An exploration of the opportunities and challenges when
implementing ssLNG/ bunkering solutions in the Eastern
Mediterranean
• Recent developments in the creation of necessary
infrastructure for LNG Bunkering operations including an
update on DEPAs progress with the newly announced LNG
Bunkering facilities scheduled for 2022
• What the creation of new LNG bunkering facilities in this
part of the world means for the local area and shipping
routes across the Mediterranean
George Polychroniou, Executive Director at DEPA

George Polychroniou

Executive Director
DEPA

STREAM B - SMALL SCALE LNG (ssLNG)

3:10 pm - 3:40 pm DEVELOPMENT OF LNG SMALL SCALE & BUNKERING INFRASTRUCTURE IN SPAIN
• Dynamics of current LNG markets
• Development of small scale LNG markets, current activities
and trends
• Challenges and what is required from regulators and
industry players to support the growth of the sector
Angel Rojo Blanco, Head of Commercial and Logistic Operations at Enagás

Angel Rojo Blanco

Head of Commercial and Logistic Operations
Enagás

STREAM B - SMALL SCALE LNG (ssLNG)

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm PANEL: DEVELOPMENTS WITHIN SMALL SCALE LNG
A discussion around ssLNG developments including:

Olivier Cuny, Business Development Manager, Imodco
Jane Kristiansen, Senior Commercial Manager, Connect LNG AS


  • LNG and ssLNG market summary
  • Balancing policy makers and Innovation
  • ssLNG - unique Jettyless LNG transfer solutions for import, export and bunkering: Imodco Tower Loading Unit and Connect LNG's Universal Transfer System
Q&A session


Jane Kristiansen, Senior Commercial Manager at Connect LNG

Jane Kristiansen

Senior Commercial Manager
Connect LNG

Olivier Cuny, Business Development Manager - LNG Terminals at Imodco

Olivier Cuny

Business Development Manager - LNG Terminals
Imodco

Main Agenda

4:10 pm - 4:40 pm AFTERNOON BREAK AND NETWORKING

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION GROUPS

Chose from the following options:
- What is the long term outlook for LNG as a
marine fuel, 2050 and beyond?
- What are the different types of fuel that are
being considered and explored outside of LNG?
- How do I develop a flexible LNG bunkering
model?
- What will our industry look like in 30 years?
- Where are current AMFs up to and what needs to
be done to progress their development?
- What is retrofitting and how can it work for my
fleet?
- How can we design future-proof ships in an age
of fuel uncertainty?
- What are the opportunities and challenges when
implementing ssLNG projects?
- How can we optimise the LNG Bunkering supply
chain?
- What are my future investment options and
should we be looking at public or private
funding?

5:20 pm - 5:40 pm UTILISING LNG AND COMBINED SOLUTIONS FOR OPTIMISING ENERGY EFFICIENCY

• MAN Energy Solutions: Vision, strategy and technological transformation to support the drive towards environmental
requirements
• The business case for combined solutions: Optimising fuel efficiency and minimise emissions
• Exploring current and future LNG/combined propulsion solutions that will meet economic, social and regulatory
goals
• Case study: Performance review of various vessels currently utilising a combined solution
Louise Andersson, Head of Cryo at MAN Energy Solutions

Louise Andersson

Head of Cryo
MAN Energy Solutions

5:40 pm - 6:10 pm BIGGEST BUNKERING OPERATION IN NORTHERN EUROPE. ELENGER AND TALLINK STORY

• Elenger as a leading bunkering operator in the Baltic Sea region
• Tallink Megastar as the most modern LNG ferry
• New bunkering vessel coming to the market in 2020
Pasi Näkki, CEO at Elenger

Pasi Näkki

CEO
Elenger

Kalev Reiljan, Board Member at Eesti Gaas

Kalev Reiljan

Board Member
Eesti Gaas

6:10 pm - 6:25 pm EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT: THE ARTA CRUISE PROGRAMME (ARTA, HOULDER and BRUGG)

6:25 pm - 6:55 pm CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm THE LNG BUNKERING GLOBAL PARTY HOSTED BY - ARTA, HOULDER AND BRUGG